Route Grade Votings
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12m. The beckoning flake in the front of the buttress is approached from the right by strenuous undercutting to good holds above the roof. Pass this with difficulty then get motoring up the layback flakes on the head-wall. Top end of the grade.
The left arete is a fantastic looking (yup, not been on it) E6 6b from Seb Grieve called Aretenaphobia. Side runner in Chameleon.
To on-sight this putting in the gear on lead gives a top-end E4 if that is your top leading grade.